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Highly-extensible, open-source Node.js framework ideal for APIs.
Developer-focused, extensible Node.js gateway framework.

Vendor-neutral, open, portable API description based on the Swagger specification.

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Featured: Support Children's Literacy with Tux's Bookworms at Node Interactive

by Dave Whiteley Aug 22, 2017

Are you heading to Node.js Interactive? It’s the premier event for those who use Node.js, whether you are a developer, a vendor, or representing a company. In addition to providing great dialogue and networking around Node.js, the event also provides a great opportunity for attendees: the chance to help support local children by donating books to Tux’s Bookworms!

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